Piers Morgan blasted the Queen and Prince William for appearing in public today without wearing a face mask, calling it ‘not a smart move by the royal family’.
Royal author Omid Scoby also suggested that this was a useless opportunity to present a ‘strong scene’ amid the country’s ongoing battle against the Coronauras.
The 94-year-old Emperor, who falls in the ‘At Risk’ age bracket for Kovid-19, joined his grandson at the Defense Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) in Porton Down near Salisbury for his public engagement since lockdown Were. .
The pair met with scientists who worked after the 2018 Novichok attack, and are currently supporting the UK’s response to the coronovirus outbreak.
But when the pair maintained a strict social distance and arrived separately by helicopter and car, neither opted for face coverings – with all 48 people already close to the royals tested by Dstl for the Kovid-19 Because of contact.
Omid Scoby accused the Royal family of wasting the opportunity to present a ‘strong scene’ between the country’s battle against the coronovirus after the queen (pictured) and Prince William did not appear in public wearing a face mask.
The 94-year-old emperor, who falls in the ‘at-risk’ age group for Kovid-19, has been joined by his grandson at the Defense Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) in Porton Down near Salisbury for his public engagement since lockdown Was.
In response to a tweet from Kensington Palace about the incident, GMB host Pearce tweeted: ‘Why any masks or social disturbances? Sorry, but this is not a clever move of the Royal Family as the virus rages and the country goes into another lockdown. ‘
Mr. Scobie, who wrote the controversial biographical Finding Freedom, which raised eyebrows for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s dense appreciation and intimate knowledge, Tweeted This afternoon: ‘No masks for anyone in today’s engagement, but Buckingham Palace confirmed that the Queen tested negative before visiting her doctors and all staff of @dstlmod.’
He then tweeted another, which wrote: ‘My two cents: While sensible and safe precaution were clearly taken, I am worried that most people watching the photo / video may not know the back story. As the majority of Britain enters strict sanctions, seeing leaders in masks would be a strong scene [sic]. ‘
The tweet by the two men sparked a sentimental discussion, with many accusing Naresh of sending a ‘bad message’ wearing masks.
One Twitter user commented in response to Mr Scobie: ‘Bad form, another one of the rules that applies to plebeians but not to the elite. Especially since Charles also lambasted him. ‘
In response to a tweet from Kensington Palace about the incident, GMB host Pearce tweeted: ‘Why any masks or social disturbances? Sorry, but this is not a clever move of the Royal Family because the virus is furious and the country has gone into another lockdown ‘
Omid Scoby shared back-to-back tweets in which he suggested to leaders such as members of the Royal Family wearing masks that would be a ‘strong scene’.
Another wrote: ‘Absolutely terrible message. We do not even have to go through the issue of incubation period. The optics are terrible as the country plunges into a deeper and deeper dirt, and public figures are seen wearing the original mask. Ahh. ‘
मास्क Masks should be worn regardless of the test. The virus is still active, ‘another said.
Broadcaster Pearce Morgan also criticized the emperor’s decision to wear masks, saying it was ‘not a smart move’, while pressure group Republic said the queen should have set an example by wearing a face mask.
Others saw how it seemed to be a different rule for Elite after Donald Trump took off his mask when he returned to the White House after receiving treatment for coronovirus.
Mr. Scobie’s source sparked a sentimental discussion, with many accusing the king of sending a ‘bad message’ to wear masks.
However, some Twitter users felt that Pierce and Mr. Scobie were doing nothing, making an issue with a tweet: ‘At first I got it wrong that @RoyalFamily Queen and @KensingtonPalace didn’t wear a facemask, but The reality is that wearing masks is not the law, they all test negative and are all socially distorted. PPL should not try to make a drama out of a non-story. ‘
Another wrote: ‘Bored, all tested pre and negative. There is no problem here. ‘
And one said: ‘Her Majesty the Queen never goes out. If it is not safe to receive anything or someone is irritable, then I would say that if it was not safe, it would not be there.’
‘Not worth two cents,’ the other wrote. ‘Wearing that one can cause medical remission. Ever thought about that? ‘
However, some Twitter users felt that Mr. Scobee was doing nothing, as everyone in the engagement tested negative for Kovid-19.
Today, for the first time in seven months, the queen was dubbed HMS Bubble – dumbassed outside her staff house from a royal residence.
Royal writer Robert Jobs reported that MailOnline the Queen decided not to wear masks in a bid to send the public a message of calm and hope.
The commenter stated that Shahi had consulted his doctors who stated that it was safe to apply the mask and that necessary measures were taken to protect all those present at risk of Kovid.
Mr Jobs said: ‘The Queen ensured there was a Royal Safety Bubble. He created a safe area where there was no danger to him or anyone else.
‘She is sending a message of faith to the people; She is going back to work, she can go about her business in a normal way, but without chance. She is assuring the public that things should go on normally, wherever it is safe to do so.
‘In a calm message, she is saying that you can make it work and things will return to normal.’
Kensington Palace declined to comment on whether Duke also needed a trial to be able to accompany his grandmother.